Designed by Joan Gaspar for Marset
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Jaima Floor Lamp P207 by MARSET. Suitable for Outdoor use.
Through the language of textiles, Joan Gaspar has designed a light of flexible, ductile materials that sifts the light as readily as it moves from the wind.
This new collection takes its name from the Bedoin tents of North Africa, and is inspired by their fabrics and their forms. The textilene shade has a blank interior to opimize the quality of the downward light. The floor support can rotate, the fixture can also be affixed directly to the wall thanks to a wall bracket (contact our customer service if you want to order one), and the shade can hung independently as pendant.
Dimensions Height: 207 cm x Depth: 108cm. Base Diameter: 49cm. Shade diameter: 43cm.
Materials and finishes Shade made of textielene with the inner part always in white. Stainless steel structure in lacquered grey.
Light source (included) LED COB 13,5W 2700K
IP 65. Suitable for outdoor use.
Dressing the Light
Through the language of textiles, Joan Gaspar has designed a light of flexible, ductile materials that sifts the light as readily as it moves with the wind. In the Jaima collection, the light is the shade and weaver of emotions.
This new collection takes its name from the Bedouin tents of North Africa, and is inspired by their varied fabrics and forms. The textilene shade is available in three sizes and four different colors, with a blank interior to optimize the quality of the downward light.
Joan Gaspar's designs comprise successful, beautiful and purely functional ideas.
Joan Gaspar is a spanish designer, working with companies such as Marset, Mobles 114, Santa & Cole and Serralunga. Joan Gaspar studied industrial design in the school of Artes y Oficios in Barcelona. In 1988 he started work for Vapor SA, a small company in Barcelona manufacturing minimalist lamps. From 1992 Joan Gaspar collaborated with a variety of firms to create new product lines.
"lamps that have to come unnoticed: even when they are lighted their aim is to give well-being and warmness."
Joan Gaspar opened its own studio in Barcelona in 2002 in addition to its job as creative director at Marset.
"What makes a product good or not so good, depends on the designer and in great part on the firm that produces it and, above all, on how it produces it, how it launches it into the market, how it communicates it, and how it promotes it. Among all of these 'how', I would stand out the 'how it produces it'. Technical solutions and the materials that are used determine the image and functionality of the product, there lies its success or its failure," states Joan Gaspar.